Mexican artist Abraham Cruzvillegas Talks about his work
Abraham Cruzvillegas (born 1968) is a Mexican artist and sculptor. He studied Philosophy and Fine Arts at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), where he was a student of Gabriel Orozco.
In 2002 he represented Mexico at the São Paulo Art Biennial, and in 2003 he participated in the 49th Venice Biennale in the section curated by Gabriel Orozco. Museum solo shows include amongst others Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, and Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Oaxaca (MACO), Mexico. Furthermore he has participated in shows at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago and The Hayward Gallery. In 2008, Cruzvillegas undertook a six-month residency in rural Scotland, culminating in a solo exhibition at the Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow.
In 2007, Cruzvillegas collaborated on the book 'Los Dos Amigos' with Mexican artist Dr Lakra. Source: Wikipedia